For all those defending the ‘Red, White and Blue’ and the ‘Blue and White’
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For all those defending the ‘Red, White and Blue’ and the ‘Blue and White’
Posted in Iran, Michele Bachmann, Nukes, Obama, tagged Armageddon, BACHMANN CALLS THE SPADE A SPADE, blunder of such great proportion, Iran, Iran Deal, Iran outmatches Obama, Israel, Israel may have to save the world, Israeli military strike, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, John Bolton, Michele Bachmann, Nuclear weapon, nuclear weapons, Nukes, Obama, Obama Administration, Obama endorses Iran’s ‘right’ to uranium, President Obama, Suicidal deal, Surrender by the United States, uranium enrichment on November 26, 2013 | 2 Comments »
One of these days more people will wake up in this country and see Obama for what he is—a closet Muslim Brotherhood member who is out to bring down the USA and spread sharia worldwide. So far, his wrecking ball has been highly effective.
A question to the imbeciles who voted for Obama: Who’s next? Hillary?
You stupid fucks.
Bachmann Uncorks on Obama, Armageddon
Has choice words for president’s nuke deal with Iran
WASHINGTON — It was a warning on the perils of appeasement reminiscent of Churchill.
Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., cut straight to the heart of the matter when WND asked her what the nuclear deal with Iran will mean.
“The major nations of the world have chosen to fail to thwart Iran from gaining a nuclear weapon. It is a blunder of such great proportion, history will record it’s folly,” she ruefully predicted.
The congresswoman had an equally dire assessment when asked: Did the deal mean Israel would now have no option but to launch a preemptive strike on Iran to stop it from acquiring nuclear weapons?
Israel may have ‘to save the world’
“Now Israel must secure not only her destiny, but she may have to save the world from an Islamic-inspired nuclear Armageddon,” she observed ominously.
And he’s absolutely right. With friends like Obama and Kerry, who needs enemies? Surely not Israel!
Israel’s Netanyahu Says Iran Nuclear Deal a ‘Historic Mistake’
JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu condemned the agreement between world powers and Iran as a ‘historic mistake’ that doesn’t bind his country.
Israel has “the right and obligation” to defend itself and won’t allow Iran to develop the capability to build atomic weapons, Netanyahu said today at a cabinet meeting in Jerusalem.
“What was achieved last night in Geneva is not historic; it is a historic mistake. Today, the world has become a much more dangerous place,” he said in comments broadcast on Israel Radio. “Israel is not bound by this agreement.”
Just answer the following two questions correctly and you are on your way to a larger penis.
1. What stateless Muslim group has been denied a national home for over a hundred years, been subjected to ethnic cleansing, and manipulated as pawns on the stage of international politics?
2. What mid Eastern country was created after a World War based on artificial borders, and for the purpose of being ruled by non-Muslims even though Muslims make up the majority of the population?
If you answered the Palestinians and Israel respectively, congratulations, you have earned the honor of living a life with tiny dick syndrome. The smallness of your Johnson is only exceeded by your pea sized bird brain.
If you correctly stated the Kurds and Lebanon, you are intelligent enough to already know how to have a big penis or were born with one.
Use your power wisely.
Isn’t that an appropriate title to mention that our old friend Ray Hanania is back in the mix.
Ray wrote an opinion piece for the Saudi Gazette moaning about Muslim mistreatment of Christian Arabs.
Just maybe Ray is capable of recognizing a fact of life that does bite him in the ass.
It must stick in his craw that he has to direct his dissatisfaction somewhere other than Israel/Jews.
He says his wife is Jewish and his son is being raised as a Jew but he puts the word in scare quotes.
Was he bar mitzvahed?
Does he keep kosher?
Does he put on tefillin?
Does he believe in the Jewish tenet that God gave the Land of Israel to the Jews?
A country that he twice mentions in the piece as something that will no longer exist.
The fact that Christians have a more secure and protected existence under Israeli rule than Muslim must drive him up the wall.
Christian Arabs have had a long and virulent history of Jew hating and if they have to suffer under Muslims I won’t lose sleep.
Maybe someday this will serve as an illustration of what the Jews have had to deal with, and Ray will identify as a “Jew by culture” based on the shared experience at the hands of Muslims.
In the meantime he still equates Israel with al-Qaeda and Bashar Assad.
What a dope.
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View all previous TMQ2 posts regarding Ray “The Dope” Hanania.
And these still on our old TMQ web site:
Posted in Israel, Jews, Muslims, Palestine-Palestinians, tagged Anthony Bourdain, Armenian Quarter, CNN, Israel, Jerusalem, Palestinian Appeaser, Palestinian cuisine, West Bank on September 26, 2013 | 14 Comments »
My son is now on a Mid-Eastern cuisine kick.
He recorded what we assumed would be a travel / dining piece on CNN that was touted as a tour of “Israeli, West Bank and Gazan” dishes.
It’s a series entitled “Parts Unknown” with chef Anthony Bourdain.
Bourdain is from New York and born to a Jewish mother but prides himself on being an atheist.
His “time” spent on Israeli food consists of a blink and is more concerned with “settlements” and mugging for the camera at the Kotel about his atheism before winding up in the Armenian Quarter.
Palestinian food evidently never comes served without a heaping side dish of anti-Israeli propaganda and complaints of oppression and occupation.
Bourdain never passes up an opportunity to put Israelis on the spot yet never questions Palestinian claims of suffering as the food piles high.
The only lack of food was in a segment on female Palestinian motorcycle racers who are upset that they can’t get into Jerusalem to race.
My son expertly pointed out that the show was bullshit.
I told him that’s what you get for watching CNN.
Hey Tony – now the Pal-abs know that you are Yahoud.
Next time you film an episode in some exotic locale eating the local fare, don’t choke on the bones.
And this will be the plague wherewith the Lord will smite all the peoples that make war against Jerusalem (JEWS).
Their flesh shall rot away while they stand upon their feet,
Their eyes shall rot away in their sockets,
And their tongues shall rot away in their mouths.
Posted in Israel, Middle East, tagged Benjamin Netanyahu, Iran, Israel, Jerusalem, Laurent Fabius, Middle East, Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs (France), North Africa, Palestine on August 25, 2013 | 1 Comment »
Excerpt from Jerusalem Post:
The Israeli-Palestinian conflict is not the root cause of Mideast instability, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu told French Foreign Minister Laurent Fabius on Sunday, a day after Fabius said it was perhaps the central issue in the region.
“The root of the area’s instability,” Netanyahu said in a public statement made alongside Fabius before the two met in Jerusalem, “is the regional rejection of modernity, moderation, progress and political solutions.”
“I say that because for too long people believed that the root cause of this instability in the Middle East was the Palestinian-Israeli problem. It is not the root cause; it’s one of its results,” he said.
“If we have peace with the Palestinians, the centrifuges will not stop spinning in Iran, the turmoil will not stop in Syria, the instability in North Africa will not cease, the attacks on the West will not cease,” he added.
I have always contended that the high minded folks intent on saving the world and who have determined that the biggest threat to world peace; the gravest injustice on the planet; the situation that screams for their righteous intervention; the Israeli “occupation” of “Palestine”, are not interested in peace or justice, but have singled out Israel because it’s Jewish. The following re-print lays out just how full of shit these anti-Semite scum bubbles really are.
‘Europe wants new Berlin Wall in the middle of Jerusalem’
By Boaz Bismuth
Syria is disintegrating, Egypt is collapsing, Iran is on evasive maneuvers, but Israeli settlements are preventing Europe from sleeping well at night.
It is rather embarrassing to see former great empires conspiring together today like some beacon of morality. When they have no ability to influence, they choose the second option, which is to get in the way. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry’s (welcome) initiative was joined this week by Europe’s (obstructive) initiative.
The Europeans’ inferiority complex is what caused a small group of clerks in Brussels to formulate a complex legal document, which determines that future agreements with Israel will not apply beyond the 1967 lines.
The report was compiled in the European Commission’s Middle East department headed by Christian Berger, an Austrian diplomat who for the past few years was the EU envoy in the Palestinian territories. That is also, presumably, where he learned to be objective.
Berger does not understand how grand old Europe is unable to cast influence on the most important conflict in the world. He is surely wondering how the EU, which gives so much money to the region, does not receive anything in return. “We want to influence, not just spend,” he is probably saying to himself. He is forgetting, however, that Israel does not only receive, but also pays partner fees for research and development projects. It is the other side which only receives money.
The report goes much farther than the 2012 declaration by EU foreign ministers upon which it is based. The EU ministers at the time took a very abstract position, which Berger is translating into practical, operative, and legal terms. It is no surprise that several European capitals yesterday could not understand what all the fuss in Jerusalem was about.
On Monday, the EU’s foreign ministers are expected to meet again. The Czech Republic, Holland, Germany, Bulgaria and Romania are likely to question whether this was a smart move considering Kerry’s current push in the region. In contrast, countries like Sweden, Belgium, Ireland, Austria and Spain are expected to welcome the policy.
Christian Berger decided to solve “the occupation problem.” We can suggest to him that on Monday he also take a swing at solving Turkish-occupied northern Cyprus; Moroccan-occupied Western Sahara; the Nagorno-Karabakh region in Azerbaijan that is occupied by Armenia; Russia, which is occupying South Ossetia and Abkhazia in Georgia; the Japanese-occupied Coral Islands; not to mention the significant Russian settlement between Poland and Latvia, known as Kaliningrad.
We also have not forgotten Russia’s military occupation in portions of the Finnish Karelia province. And China occupies Tibet and Indonesia occupies West Papua, and Pakistan refuses to accept Indian sovereignty in Kashmir.
We have yet to mention the issues that the EU does find interesting: The Falkland Islands (British) dispute with Argentina; the problems in New Caledonia (France); British control of Gibraltar on Spanish soil; the residents of Greenland, who seek independence from Denmark; and also Morocco’s frustration at Spain, which controls two cities on Moroccan soil, Ceuta and Melia, as if Morocco was still part of Spain.
This is what we liberated from the Nazis?